Homeland‘s second season is just as triumphant as it’s first, all except for the introduction of Finn Walden as the Vice President’s son. Unlike Mad Men, Breaking Bad, or Game of Thrones, Homeland‘s Finn Walden is a disruption in the recently established legacy of terrific child actors. Warming Glow sums Finn Walden up best, “Doesn’t that sound like the name of a future Ivy League lacrosse player who becomes embroiled in a rape scandal?”
Perhaps actor Timothee Chalamet can’t help be so insufferably bad given all those extra vowels in his name. Here’s a video of him rapping proving he’s as bad on the mic as he is on screen. Stay in school kids.
Here are ten genius job suggestions to keep the Mitt Romney occupied now that he’s unemployed. Mom jean model seems most (ill) fitting.
Disney wastes no time, the writer of Toy Story 3 has already written a treatment for Star Wars: Episode VII.
If Disney’s looking for a director, this Wes Anderson’s test footage for Star Wars: Episode VII, courtesy of Conan O’Brien, looks promising.
Watch a guinea pig named Truffles break a Guinness World Record.
Hank the cat placed third in a Virginia race for Senate by 6,000 write in votes.
The world’s smallest dog is the size of a can of Coke.
Before Harry Potter or Twilight, Robert Pattinson was modeling underwear in Chinese magazines.
Jennifer Westfeldt has become public enemy number one by making long time boyfriend Jon Hamm wear underwear.
How to get fired in 48 seconds. Watch Walmart employees in Kentucky film themselves throwing iPads.
The Daily plays tribute to Nate Silver, this weeks real winner, in this karaoke the news video.
Cory Booker-Newark Mayor and Twitter superstar-is giving out free Hot Pockets to his constituents.
Takes chances, make mistakes, and get messy with this live-action trailer for The Magic School Bus movie. It’s the best blast of childhood you’ll see all day.